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San Jose State University, San Jose, California

Course Transformation Using Microsoft OneNote Powered Tablet PCs Mary Jo Gorney-Moreno,Ph.D. Associate Vice-President Academic Technology Malu Roldan, Ph.D. Principal Investigator SJSU&HP Mobility Project. San Jose State University, San Jose, California. Two Day Discovery Process

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San Jose State University, San Jose, California

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  1. Course Transformation Using Microsoft OneNote Powered Tablet PCsMary Jo Gorney-Moreno,Ph.D.Associate Vice-PresidentAcademic TechnologyMalu Roldan, Ph.D.Principal InvestigatorSJSU&HP Mobility Project

  2. San Jose State University, San Jose, California

  3. Two Day Discovery Process Sponsored by Apple Spring, 2002 Gave ownership to participants Apple Facilitators John Hill John Greenburg Anna Ladd 50 faculty, staff and administrators crafted a Vision,Technology and Faculty Development Plan

  4. Vision: How do you envision education in the future? What skills will faculty and students need to be successful? Goals: What goals are central to your vision? Enabling Factors: What resources and funding sources are available and accessible? Constraints: What obstacles are you facing today and in the future? Infrastructure, Hardware, Support and Software: What modifications need to be done to the existing infrastructure (e.g., network, electrical) to accommodate the new laptops? Curriculum and Instruction: How will the laptops be used to create more powerful learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners? Discovery Questions12 Subject areas90 Questions

  5. SJSU will create a dynamic & collaborative environment that enhances teaching and learning, creativity, scholarship, and global connectivity through a wireless laptop initiative. Vision

  6. Goals • To answer the need to prepare students with 21st century skills. • To increase collaboration among students, Faculty and the wider community. • To have SJSU recognized as a leader in the use of technology to improve teaching and learning. • To build a community which fosters, supports and rewards innovation and creativity.

  7. Challenges • 150 year old infrastructure • Providing appropriate faculty development • Building a wireless infrastructure with security and authentication for classrooms • Developing security & responsible use policy • Developing support services for students and faculty: • financing programs for students • software purchasing • technical support (Help Desk & Classroom) • software application tutoring • insurance and repair services

  8. 2001-2003Initiating Colleges and Departments2003-2004 HP Mobility Project Grant • College of Education • Educational Leadership • Communicative Disorders • Child and Adolescent Development • School of Journalism and Mass Communications • School of Art and Design • Colleges of Business & Engineering (6 faculty-60 students)

  9. Faculty and Staff Development • Workshops led by….. • Faculty within the Project • Business Partners • Campus Organizations • Project Director

  10. What makes a Tablet PC unique? Portability Connectivity Hypermedia Ink

  11. What is OneNote?A portable, multimedia, digital file cabinet

  12. How can it Transform Courses? • Repurposing/Combining multimedia components • Annotate using ink, recognized text, multimedia • Search & analyze using note flags and search function • All-in-one portable device

  13. Repurposing Materials • Inserting Documents as pictures • Inserting Screen Clippings • Pointing to Files • Templates can be shared via email

  14. Bringing it all together • Sample Materials for an entrepreneurship course combining video, powerpoint slides, web resources, and an excel spreadsheet • Ink annotations and note flags help students highlight key points

  15. Pausing playback to make a point • Diagrams and Annotations may be added on-the-fly while video is being presented in class or • stored as part of the page containing the video

  16. Multimedia Feedback to Students • Presentations recorded using webcam or other video camera • Annotations linked to video • Video and notes may be emailed with OneNote page

  17. Community Based Learning: Mid-Semester Usability Test • OneNote used to capture user impressions of community asset mapping application v1 • Developer team notes user suggested tweaks • Audio synched to notes

  18. Community-Based Research & Hypertext Reports • Students used OneNote to build multimedia notes on their community visits • Multimedia materials (e.g. WMA files) used in reports – in OneNote, on the Web, in powerpoint

  19. Enhancing Note-taking and Review • Note flags can identify important notes and/or enable limited coding of qualitative data • Search can be done on recognized text or ink!

  20. Post-Survey Schoolyear 04-05 • How did you use the Mobile Technologies loaned out to you this semester? • What did you learn about the devices' potential applications to student activities and learning environments

  21. Top 5 student responses • Used for note-taking • Slow Speed and Performance • Portability/Mobility • Used OneNote • Web/Internet Access

  22. That about sums it up • “I used the Tablet pc primarily for taking notes in class. I was lucky that all my professors used PowerPoint presentations, therefore it was easy to take notes on the slides. I also sat in on some of the HUP classes (the 1 unit activity) when they were lecturing some of the student athletes were impressed with the writing capability because they said it would make it easier on the coach to show strategies and diagrams and then save it on the tablet rather than erasing off the blackboard. The devices are nice and do have a tremendous potential. i wasn't fond of the loading time it takes, so I primarily left the tablet in a hibernation mode.”

  23. Tablet PCs Circa 2005 • Tablet PC test drive program and targeted loanouts • Faculty in non-technical fields – education, art&design • Staff in academic technology and library

  24. Questions and Comments? Beta Site Demo www.sjsu.edu/cats/2003/showcase/

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